You use Notion to manage your personal life. So, wouldn’t it be great to get your whole team on board with your favorite tool and build a company workspace to organize information and track your work? Here’s how you take what you’ve built in your personal space as inspiration for your company workspace.
Databases allow you to create and categorize your company’s information - from all hands meeting notes, to project briefs, tasks to do, and more. With databases for your meeting notes, docs, tasks, and projects, you can keep everything organized and easy to find in an instant.
With teamspaces, you can organize your entire company in one place, while giving each individual team their own space to organize docs & projects. Everyone has easy access to all the information that’s relevant to their work, and can customize the Notion sidebar to reflect their role and priorities.
Design projects come in all shapes and sizes, from a logo tweak to an entire design system overhaul. This system in Notion brings all the tools and teams together so designers can focus on the work at hand — instead of project management overheard.
Teamspaces and permission groups give you a simple way to provision company information and make sure everyone has access to what they need. Here, we’ll explain the different ways to share content and invite people to different parts of the workspace.
A cluttered work tool, with endless lists of files and a lack of structure, will lead to cluttered thoughts. When you begin your working day, you want to settle in as smoothly as possible, and teamspaces can help you carve out a path through the company workspace straight to the information you need most.
A habit of documentation is a competitive advantage for engineering teams. In Notion, these two docs and meeting notes systems will help your eng team learn together and keep everyone in the loop — building your collective knowledge in real time.
These two systems are built on the same foundation in Notion. They centralize all the important info for applicants and new employees, saving you — and everyone on your team — valuable time in the hiring and onboarding processes.
The new “Can edit content” permission level prevents accidental edits to a database’s structure — views, filters, property names, property types & more — while still allowing your colleagues to edit the content inside the database pages. Learn how it can help you and your team move with less friction.
If you’re a People Ops or HR leader, you need a highly efficient and central system for onboarding and orienting new employees so they become productive fast. Notion Customer Success Manager Monica Perez shows you how to build a central wiki to get full control and visibility into your HR processes.
Link previews enables you to view real-time, synced visualizations of external tools like Jira, GitHub, Slack, Trello, and Asana inside your Notion pages. We'll continue to build support for additional integrations in the coming weeks and months.
Creating a system for both capturing and organizing all the documentation at your startup helps your team operate more efficiently. We’ll teach you how to use Notion for your team’s documentation to compound learning, save time, and move forward with clarity.
Making sure your design work is innovative, consistent, and finished on time is hard enough without having to work remotely. In this 30 minute video tour, we'll walk through five workflows to help your remote design team collaborate and communicate better.
Whether you're a product manager, designer, or engineer, we all need to juggle our projects and stay sane. Notion Customer Success Manager Monica Perez teaches you how to build and customize your core project management system step-by-step in Notion.
Our Confluence importer moves all your work (even thousands of pages!) into Notion with just a few clicks. It arrives in Notion perfectly formatted so you can start fresh — and realize the benefits of more modern tools that go far beyond a wiki.
Whether you share an office or not, it's important to have a central place where your team can find important information about the company - from benefits and vacation policy, to tribal knowledge specific to one team. We'll show you how to build a team wiki from scratch, and a few best practices along the way.